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CBS
Feb 12, 2013 10:00pm PST
tonight. first, how will cliks r catholics address benedict. also what happens toth ring? the pope hasn't retired in 600 years so the church is entering somewhat unchartered territories. >>> tomorrow is ash wednesday. the start of lent, and that means mardi gras and of course new orleans. a live look where the par toy officially ended about ten minutes ago. >> cbs reporter is in the french quarter right now. big ann what's -- it's still cooking behind you looks like, huh. >> yeah. it certainly is. ken, elizabeth hard to tell that mardi gras is officially over. i'm going to step out of the way and you can take a look. the new orleans police department actually just came through on horseback and in police vehicles signifying the end of mardi gras and beginning of lent basically telling revelers it's time to go home, but if history is any indication they will just pour right back on toth streets to party well into the morning. >> in the french quarter the mardi gras celebration went on for bloshgs and will likely stretch well into the morning. katy just arrived from australia. >> fant
CW
Feb 12, 2013 10:00pm PST
questions unanswered tonight. first, how will catholics address benedict after he retires? also, what happens to the ring? the ring is usually destroyed when a pope dies. the pope hasn't retired in 600 years. so, the church is entering somewhat unchartered territory. >>> tomorrow is ash wednesday. the start of lent. that means mardi gras and of course, new orleans. a live look where the party officially ended ten minutes ago. >> cbs reporter is in the french quarter right now. what's -- it is still cooking behind you it looks like. >> yeah, it certainly is. hard to tell that mardi gras is officially over. actually, we are taking part in one of many traditions that is part of the carnival here in new orleans. the new orleans police department actually just came through on horseback and police vehicles signifying the end of mardi gras and beginning of lent. they are basically telling revelers it's time to go home. if history is any indication, they'll pour on to the streets to party well into the morning. in the french quarter, the mardi gras celebrations went on for blocks and will lik
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